Sunday, November 29

Mexican Government Warns of Brake Issues for Nissan Murano

Source: explica post

MEXICO CITY – According to a post on www.explica.com the Mexican government has alerted consumers about a potential problem with the braking system on 2019 Nissan Murano SUVs.

The call for review began on July 22 and does not have a defined effective date.

The company reported there are 424 of the vehicles in in Mexico.

Through a statement, the Mexican Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office (Profeco) de Mexico alerted Nissan vehicle users about a possible error in the 2019 Murano’s braking system.

This failure in the system could generate an electrical short in the car.

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The fault is located in the anti-lock brake system (ABS) actuator pump seal. In addition to leaking brake fluid it can cause the warning light to come on.

Nissan Mexico indicated that replacing the actuator and replenishing the brake fluid may be required, and if so, will not cost the consumer.

Interested parties should contact the company and provide the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to confirm if their unit requires service.

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